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2005 Jeep TJ Rubicon


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So I'm thinking about putting the Jeep up for sale.  With the way prices are now, I'm not really sure on what to ask, so was thinking about listing it for $9,000 and go from there.

2005 Jeep TJ Rubicon
208,000ish km on it
5x 35" General Grabber X3 tires (lots of life left!)
3.5" RockKrawler Triple Rate front springs
4" Rough Country Rear Springs
1.25" Body lift
Fox 2.0 Steering Damper
Stock JK rear shocks with shock relocators
Rough Country belly up skid plate
Warn Engine/Trans skid plate
JKS adjustable front trackbar
Extended rear sway bar links
Rugged Ridge steering box skid
Ford Windstar cowl intake
Black Widow Gear front and rear tube fenders
Hand throttle
Mesh top
Viair onboard air system
Bestop HighRock Tailgate carrier (comes with new brackets to mount it inside as well)

The below are all pretty new with very few miles on them.

Rancho RS5000X front shocks
RockKrawler double adjustable rear upper arms
RockKrawler adjustable rear lower arms
RockJock Antirock Front Sway Bar
Rubicon Express double cardan rear drive shaft
Rough Country adjustable rear trackbar (not yet installed)
New passenger side floor pan (not yet installed)

The frame is in excellent shape, and the tub is good except for a couple of spots on the rear passenger side by the tailgate hinges (should be looked over as I haven't looked at it much in the past two years).  The drivers side floor pan had rust around one of the drain holes, but was patched.  Both locker pumps work, though the rear locker is not engaging, and I haven't tore into it to figure out why.

I have no intentions of the Warn M8274 going with it, but might include it for the right price.

With the crazy prices of Jeeps now, I'm just guessing for a listing price for this.  The Jeep isn't perfect (it is an 05 that was used in the woods), but works and runs well.  Only thinking about selling as it hasn't been used much in the past couple of years, and I'm enjoying getting out on the ATV more right now.










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